Because of inclement weather, some Cook Children’s primary care locations, outpatient facilities and specialty clinics may open late or close for the day. Decisions are made with the safety of our patients and staff in mind.
Let’s just all admit very few Texans know how to drive on ice. But you know who knows a thing or two about this weather? Canada. We offer some helpful tips from our neighbors to the north.
Many parents have anxiety that playing is not learning. But we should remember that in preschool age children, learning should be fun – a natural extension of their curiosity. If we take the time to play with and talk to our children, the learning will follow.
Immunizations during pregnancy can be life-saving, but often fall by the wayside because moms don’t realize how important they are. My baby will be born during flu season and I want to protect her in every way I can.
A comprehensive review of the medical center showed the need for a modernization project for the Emergency Department, Surgery Services, the new Heart Center, a Laboratory and a Sterile Processing Center. This is in response to the emerging needs of a growing population, culminting with a new South Tower.
You have so much turkey leftovers. Now what? JoAnn Williams, Cook Children's Executive Chef/Manager of Food & Nutrition Services, offers some of her own Thanksgiving leftover recipes.
If you have a picky eater, remember this time can be stressful for them; there are new food, combinations of foods and lots of people pressuring them to try new things.
Do you enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday? Or is this the busiest time of the year for you? So instead of counting the days until everything is back to normal, take back Thanksgiving for the family.
You have to get up at the crack of dawn, or earlier, to hit the sales after Thanksgiving. But what are you going to do with your little ones? We are offer 5 helpful tips, including shopping online.
You’ve seen the TV or old movies that give us our view of what a traditional Thanksgiving is supposed to be like. But in this age of smart phones and around-the-clock football, can you still have a traditional Thanksgiving? Or has that gone the way of black-and-white TV?
Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks, express gratitude, and enjoy a holiday meal with family and friends. It’s also when there is almost three times the daily average number of cooking fires. In fact, cooking fires are the number one cause of home fires and injuries in the United States. Turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie...
Watch video and read the impassioned speech of Marc Mazade, M.D., an Infectious Disease at Cook Children's as part of the city of Fort Worth proclaiming 2013 as the year of the Fort Worth Community promise to endorse the Cook Children's Immunization Wellness Program.